Dear Prospective Student:
Greetings to you and thank you for visiting our site. Carver is a Historical Black College that has served the Atlanta community since 1943. Although we are a HBCU we are open to people of all ethnicities. Carver is wonderful place to start or continue your educational career. We are located in the beautiful Cascades of SW Atlanta on a small but lovely campus that is conducive for your educational and spiritual development. Carver offers an intimate environment where staff and faculty passionately serve our students. At Carver you can expect to find an Institution committed to Biblical Inerrancy and Academic Excellency.
If you are ready, we are ready to set you on a ministry or career path that will transform you into the individual God is calling you to be for the mission field or the market place. As you consider Carver we invite you to imagine yourself in a loving and caring environment where you will become part of our family. We look forward to seeing you soon!
By His Grace, For His Glory,
C. L. Jordan, D.B.E., President
After the passing of Rev. Robert Crummie in January 2020 and then the service of Rev. Clifford Ice as Interim President, in February 2021 Rev. Dr. CL Jordan assumed the presidency of Carver.
Dr. Jordan, a native of Kansas City, MO, is the son of Rev. Dr. F. L. and Dr. Carolyn S. Jordan. In November 2020, Jordan was elected by the Board of Trustees as Carver’s sixth President in its 78-year history. Prior to his selection, Jordan served on the Carver Board of Trustees for 13 years. In February 2021, President Jordan relocated his family back to Atlanta, GA from Louisville, KY.
Jordan has extensive experience in the ministry, the marketplace, and the mission field. In the ministry, Jordan pastored Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist (Cartersville, GA, 1994-2003), Greater Good Hope Baptist (Louisville, KY, 2003-2007), and Bible Community Fellowship Missionary Baptist (Louisville, KY, 2007-2021) for a combined total of 27 years. He assisted the General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia as a Lecturer, the Kentucky Baptist Convention as a Mission Board Member and Executive Board Committee Member, the Moderator of the Kennesaw Missionary Baptist Association, and as the Mercy Ministry Catalytic Consultant for the Louisville Regional Baptist Association.
In the marketplace, Jordan served with the Georgia Department of Human Resources from 1987 to 1989, as a Certified Peace Officer with the Georgia Department of Corrections from 1989 to 1994, and the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles from 1994 to 1998. After relocating to Louisville in 2003, he joined the Administrative Offices of the Courts of Kentucky in 2007, from 2007 to 2011 as a Substance Abuse Counselor, and from 2011 to 2021 as a Regional Supervisor for the Specialty Court Division. President Jordan was also a Commissioned Officer in the United States Army Reserves from 1986 to 1994.
On the mission field, he has ministered abroad in Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, and as visiting Instructor for the World Hope Bible Institute. Jordan is the President of the Gospel Love Missions Team in partnership with Navajo Christian Foundation in Dilkon, AZ.
His vision is to develop a Missions Department at Carver that will reach further into the Urban Community as well as into the nations of the world.
President Jordan has been married to his college sweetheart (Peggy) for 33 years. They have two daughters (A’Kia and A’Keisha) and one grandson (Xander).